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October 31, 1928 - Image 7

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-4 THE MICHICAN DAILY

Yearlings Win By IN TERCLASS SPEEDBALL TO BE RUN
Single Touchdown ON STRAIGHT ELIMINATION SYSTEM
Class speedball, which will begin! those teams losing in first round
(Continued from page six) inext week-will be run, this year for play.
throughout the game. He gave the Ithe first time on the straight elim- Sweaters with class numerals will
best exhibition of running back ination system. There will be, be awarded to the winners, while M
punts and usually made from three however, a consolation flight for the consolation victors will receive !30
to eight yards on offtackle plays. medals. A large number partici-
Morrison Looks Good oB ° .pated in the interclass competition
Morrison, freshman fullback, also G R I D BI T S in this sport last year and an even
was an outstanding performer In greater number are expected to NOT
line plunging. Just before the o o compete in this sport this year. of
freshmen touchdown Morrison car- (Continued From Page Six) All men desirin to ed Fr
ried the ball five yards through the Minnesota's hopes for a vic- ball are requested to leave their
physical ed. line for a first down tory over Northwestern were i names at once with)i the authorities!p
three yards from the goal line. fis given a severe blow when it was at the intramural office in the
place kick after the touchdown was announced that Bronko Nagur- Waterman gymnasium.
blocked, ski, smashing .fullback, had
The freshman line was uniformly broken two ribs in the Iowa Subscribe to The Michigan Daily,
good and stopped the physical eds. game and cannot play until the $4.00 per year. It's worth it!
from making substantial gains on final contest of the season, the
line bucks or offtackle smashes. On Wisconsin tilt, Nov. 24.
the offensive the line opened large
holes for Morrison and Priest who Iw' atrn aMlsM- 4S iso
were usually brought down by the Lain, also suffered a split hand in Over-
secondaryeks Is Injured the contest. While the injury is Pressed
Hicks I Inurednot of ,a nature serious enough to coatsPrse
The freshmen will be consider-keep him out of action, it hampers
ably handicapped in the games of1hmcniealinadigte fo.0
thi~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~i re easoftea sconsideably in andling the fo $ o
this series because of the injury of foball.$1_,0
Hicks, considered one of the bestbal,
men on the yearling squad. Hicks Word from Madison indicates by Ruring a
playing right half, carried the ball that Coach Glen Thistleth- I
on the third play of the game and on e ofhe weo Jr ee asDar .
was taken from the field wth wa aite has welcomed Joe 'Kresk 'U
astknfmthfidptwhtone of the two stars exiled E
was be ieved to be a broken bone temporarily after the Purd ' AVmerican
in his ankle which will keep him game. No mention was mad:
out of the game for the rest of the of What will be done in the C
season,.f 9I
case o Gene Rose, the otherW s
Physical THE LINEUP: Freshmen unfortunate Cardinal star. 15 E.
Burnem d......LE.......Hewitt hone 4310
Danels....... LT........Roact Regardless of the fact that theyI
Maoels ......LT. ... ...rockniR play West Virginia WesleyanSatur - % 06__ _ __
Krolczyk.......C.......Lundin day, the Navy gridders are now be-
Chatterton . . . .RG.......-Samuels ing drilled for the contest with the
Smith .......RT........Hayden Wolverines on Nov. 10.

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NOTICE
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MACK TUTORING AGENCY c
So. State. Phone 7927
C TYPEWRITER SERVICE
Complete typewriter service. New
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ancisco-Boyce, 719 N. Univ. bought, sold, exchanged. Rentals
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Hazen .........RE....
Maksimowicz . .QB. .
Simmons . ... LHB .....
Stoll.........RHB.....
Hudson ......°.FB......

Dierberger
... Drean
.... Priest
.... Hicks
. Morrison

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Substitutions: Physical eds., Mo-
sor for Hazen, Lindsay for Maksim-
owicz, Hazen for Mosor, Brayford
for Moore, Maksimowick for Lind-.

say, Sarkozy for Smith. Freshmen:
Townsen for Brockmire, Rasmus-
sen for Lundin, Grinill for Samuels,
Jones for Hicks, Mosser for Hewitt,
Brockmire for Grinill, Lundin for
Rasmussem, Waters for Brockmire,
Loenneke for Hayden, Johnson for
Dierberger, McCormick for Drean.

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when you see your dress
after it has left our hands.
The spots disappear abso-
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forsaking the severe quadrangles of Oxford to become the
personal sidekick of the Prince of Wales--and to tell the entire
English Court what it should wear---he doubtless gained his first
reputation for correct attire by appearing in a smart suit of the
18th Century college clothes. Not that we wouldn't be the first
to mob anyone who stepped out in a similar costume today-we
like today's college styles a lot better; they seem simpler to move
around in---but here's the point: When it comes to knowing
styles, college men as still as far ahead of everyone else as they
were in Brummel's day. They know the sort of thing they
want to wear, and nothing else will do! That's why we offer
them Thos. Heath college clothes----because these clothes are
made strictly according to college men's ideas, carried out to
perfection---to the last whisper. Drop in and look 'em over!

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Dinner Menu
Ham Boiled in Cider and Baked
1 Sweet Potatoes Buttered Peas
Jellied Salad
ite Nut Pudding Coffee

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